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Have you ever wondered how Arizona stacks up to the rest of the country? Every year, teachers in Arizona and the rest of the country pursue National Board Certification. In fact, currently 20,000 educators are in the process of committing to the highest standards in teaching.In 2016, Arizona welcom

Feb 16, 2017

Have you ever wondered how Arizona stacks up to the rest of the country?


Every year, teachers in Arizona and the rest of the country pursue National Board Certification. In fact, currently 20,000 educators are in the process of committing to the highest standards in teaching.

In 2016, Arizona welcomed 10 new National Board Certified Teachers, while 27 renewed their certification — making it 19th in the nation for total NBCTs. Learn who earned their gold balloons here.

With more than 3 million teachers in the country — and just 112,000 NBCTs — it’s clear these are an elite bunch. Do you want to join them?

2017 applications are now closed, but now’s the time to get ready for 2018.

Important Dates to Remember

  • Candidate Declaration and Registration Window: April 1, 2017 to January 31, 2018

  • Component Selection Deadline: January 31, 2018

  • ePortfolio Submission Window: April to May, 2018

  • Score Released: On or before December 31, 2018


Find out more about how Board certification can help you hone your practice.

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@azk12 Dec 05, 2019 23:14:19

RT @staceyhicks81: Just a reminder for those waiting for scores, your report will be provided via your National Board account. Don't forget…

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